Hotels in Columbia
Hotel Guest Rating: 8.3/10
11175 Washington Street
Columbia CA 95310
Standing in the historic gold rush town of Columbia, this restored 19th Century bed and breakfast features beautiful Victorian antiques and art. Free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast are provided.Hardwood floors and air conditioning are found in each elegant room of the Fallon Hotel. A bathrobe, slippers and shower basket are offered for use in the shared bathroom with shower.Guests of the Fallon can enjoy cold treats at the Fallon Ice Cream Parlor next door to the bed and breakfast.The Sierra Repertory Theatre, located next door, presents musicals and dramatic plays throughout the year. The Hidden Treasure Gold Mine is a 2 minute walk away. ...read more
- Free Parking
Fallon Hotel Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- All Spaces Non-Smoking (Public and Private)
- Free Parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Non-smoking Rooms
- On-site parking
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card are required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.When checking in to the Fallon Hotel, please check in at The City Hotel at 22768 Main Street located 150 yards away. If the Fallon Hotel is closed due to maintenance, please check in at The City Hotel.If you have further questions about canceling your reservation, please contact the hotel directly.
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October 11, 2013
We looked forward to this stay as something of an adventure. The Fallon is a restored hotel from the 1860s in a historic mining town. We knew this would be no Holiday Inn, as we would ourselves be living a bit "in the past." For instance, the room was small with no TV, and showers were a walk up the stairs to the 2nd floor. That being said, it wasn't totally a 19th-century experience. There was indoor plumbing (our own 1/2 bath and sink) and Wi-Fi (who needs TV when you can access Netflix?). And though small, our room was very clean and tastefully decorated with simulated antiques. Robes were provided in the room for those times you wanted to take the walk to the (very clean and modern) showers. The nice thing about staying at the Fallon was the easy access to the Columbia State Historic Park. The Fallon is in fact a part of it. Walk out the door, and you're on the streets of this historic town. Early morning and in the evening, there are walks to be had all to yourself. A generous continental breakfast is provided to all staying at the Fallon, although one has to walk to the other hotel in town (the City Hotel) to get it. But the morning walk in the sunshine on the way to breakfast is itself a bromide in an overall nice stay. ...
February 5, 2013
The hotel was great it didn't change Mutch from the 1800's to was like going back in time. My wife and I loved it. The staff were great and the atmosphere was perfect. We really want to go back.
January 3, 2013
We would recommend bringing your own food,there are no stores in Columbia,liqour and wine prices in the saloons tends to be on the pricey side.There are lots of places to picnic just a short walk from the hotels.The resturants are limited to one Mexican and one at the City Hotel,both are more money that we wanted to spend.The atmosphere here is amazing,think of walking down a scene right out of a Clint Eastwood western,perfectly preserved at nite with no cars on the road and nobody bothering you.Sitting in a parlor right out of the old west and the silence its very romantic,the perfect getaway. ...
October 28, 2012
September 26, 2012
Very authentic to the era. Clean and quiet. It is right in the town which is great since no cars are allowed. There is a fantastic live theater in the building along with a nice cream parlor.
September 6, 2012
September 4, 2012
Unique experience within a state park with decor true to a gold rush town.
July 9, 2012
The Fallon is a historic hotel and therefore has very small rooms. They were clean and quaint and mine included a toilet and sink with the showers down the hall. It was very quiet and so much fun to be able to walk the historic gold rush street of the State Historical Park.
June 29, 2012
The hotel is designed to be like hotels were in the late 1800's early 1900's. The town surrounding it is owned by the state of California, and is kept as an old mining town. Therefore, the whole stay is part of a bigger experience. Overall, it is a fun experience, and worth the stay. The free breakfast is good, the staff is helpful, the rooms are small but fun, the bed is uncomfortable, but it's old - what do you expect? There are toilets and sinks in the rooms, but the showers are down the hall (community showers). There is high-speed wireless internet.
April 22, 2012
Excellent hotel with an old west mining town theme. The City Hotel manager and staff were exceptional, welcoming, and generous. The rooms have charm and are perfectly decorated and perfectly clean.
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